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Discussion Questions: Why are “do-gooders” often perceived in a negative way, especially by those in their youth? ( Discussion question )
Before giving the opinion, let me share my view of "do-gooders" often perceived in a negative way. Being a person who always follows the rules and has never made a mistake is the perfect person. People are always desired by the regulators. His / her figure will always be a role model and example. To be the one as mentioned is very difficult. Why? We know some sayings such as "No one is perfect" ,
"Rules are there to be broken", and "Good and bad". So when there is regulation there will be some who obey and those who violate them. And why those who obey the rules are often perceived in negative way? This is due to some perceptions, such as people who obey the rules is a person who wants to get a compliment, who do not want to be bothered, and who wish to be rewarded. These perceptions come up from some jealousy and narrow minded people.
And now, my opinion about the discussion question. "Do-gooders" often perceived in a negative way, especially by those in their youth because many young people lack of responsibilities, and each of young people with the showing culture of competition among each other that make up a personal "ego" is very high among them and has failed crowded feeling and sympathy and empathy for others and doubts about how much more responsible in their life. Doing both among adolescents and young people will be regarded as quaint, embarrassing and nothing less is considered good and gentle and polite as weak, "nerd" and soft so young people prefer to play computer games in the form of vicious, evil and like to break the rules because it is more challenging and giving them freedom. It's always the focus on themselves and they like to be free from the shackles of responsibility.
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